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around napa, yontville and st. helena. up above 1,000 feet. in that area, close to that freezing mark for several hours. this extends to the southern fringes of the north bay just outside novato, marinwood and san rafael in the hills above 1,000 feet. here's the coldest we're highlighting. napa, 36. novato, 40. this trend will dive in colder air over the next 48 hours. what that means in the seven-day forecast and as you mentioned before, someone has their jacket on tonight, here's a hint, keep the jacket out for a good far of this week. >> it chilly. >>> speaking of weather, all the wind everyone's talking about, trees, trucks like that one there, and power lines were no match for these high winds. guests of up to 75 miles per hour. nbc bay area's marianne favro shows us some of the damage. >> reporter: talk about a close call when winds toppled a 100 foot tall redwood tree, it landed on the roof of this home. just below, several tons of trunk is the bedroom of a 3-year-old girl. luckily, she and her family were safe in the kitchen. the couple that live in the cottage behind the dama
calendar year. livermore, in six months, only had 2.08 inch of rainfall. napa, 3.21. we're at a deficit of anywhere from 10 to 15 inches. yes, it is a very dry october. trace amounts to .05 an inch. keep in mind, we pick up the heaviest rain for the bay throughout january and also into march. so there is still hope in that forecast. and right now, we're not doing too bad when you look at things overall. fir from about 20% to 72% of normal. it's certainly he something that is in the back of our minds as we continue to track this weather pattern for the next upcoming week. any kind of rain drops will definitely help the situation out. >> okay. thank you, jeff. >>> murder case moving forward. six months after an off-duty paramedic was shot to death in the oakland hill, a judge has ruled at least one teenager will stand trial for the killing. nbc bay area's cheryl hurd joins us from oakland with today's developments. it's a very emotional case. >> reporter: especially for liz boyer, quinn boyer's widow. meanwhile, one homicide detective was the only person to take the stand here on the seco
in napa. cooling off pretty quickly into the south bay. 61 in jfgilroy. do want to spend some time on this first look forecast. we are going to start off cool to chilly here fo2hú$e interior value lease. temperatures in the mid 40s at 5:00 a.m. jy upper 40s by the bay and at the coastline. then throughout 11:00 a.m., still going to be at least light jacket weather with us. that sun shooip. temperatures generallyok runnin low to mid 60s. we're going to see things catapult againc by the afternoo. more coming up.ok let's take you outside to the high definitione1xd skycam a network. we dot( have haze with us right now nap will bring us hazy sunshine for tomorrow. moderate air quality on the pens#áu&a and also forxd sectio of the northok bay.t( >> a sneak preshoet( on this halloween eveningt( on what's t come for tomorrow.w3xdxd 39 in santa rosa. 42 in walnut creek. we'llc see temperatures around mid 40s.xdw7r that temperature is going toc jump from about 1:00 to 4:00 in the afternoon. we'll see it climb to about 15 degrees.xdok low to mid 70s>&&rfá gilroy. the mid 70s.xd we'll get t
. napa, 73. so a great saturday shaping up. then as we transition into late saturday, also into sunday, we're going to see that wind pick up. it doesn't look as bad as last week's windstorm, but saturday night, most of the increasing wind across the north bay, point rayes. winds that correspond with the key at 15 to 30 miles per hour. as we head throughout sunday morning, looks like the east bay, south bay and peninsula will start to get in on those winds at 15 to 30 miles per hour as well. do watch out for that. again, mainly on sunday morning. our next possibility of rain looks to swing down here as we head throughout next friday in the next forecast. it's a long way out, but we've been a month without any kind of rainfall. that will be good news. on the seven-day forecast, the weekend best day to be out. mid 70s inland. sunday colder and windier with upper 60s. we'll stay with the 60s through tuesday of next week. tick tock. don't forget those clocks. set them back one hour as we head throughout sunday. i had to bring that back. i said that last year and i remembered it. >> tick toc
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